- ESSEC Asia-Pacific Campus
Founded in 1907 in Paris, ESSEC Business School is one of the leading business schools in Europe. ESSEC strategically chose to extend its international presence and establish its Asia-Pacific campus in Singapore in 2005. The economic dynamism of the city-state and its position at a multicultural and educational crossroads allows ESSEC to respond to the increasing demand for management education in Asia.
With the support of Singapore’s government agencies, ESSEC Asia-Pacific built a new campus on Nepal Hill in Singapore in January 2015. ESSEC is ranked for the second year 3rd at the Financial Times world’s ranking for the masters in Management in 2015.
To find out more : ESSEC Asian center in Singapore website
- INSEAD Business School
INSEAD, whose European campus is based in Fontainebleau, has established a campus in Singapore : a place for the melding of French and local cultures, and the generation of international and intercultural ideas.
Its Asian campus is located in the city-state with infrastructure that is as up-to-date as its European counterpart. Its teaching is internationally recognised to be of the highest standards.
To find out more : website of INSEAD
- Grenoble Graduate School of Business
The Grenoble Graduate School of Business (Curriculum for higher education in Grenoble School of Management) offers a Masters in International Business (MIB) and a MSc Finance in Singapore. All administrative matters are handled by Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS). In 2014, Grenoble Graduate School of Business is placed 15th at Financial Times world’s ranking for the masters in Management.
To find out more: website of Masters in International Business of GGSB
- Sorbonne Assas International Law School
The Sorbonne-Assas International Law School specializes in International and European Law. It is one of the multiple campuses of the “Sorbonne University” Foundation (France).
The goal of the Sorbonne-Assas International Law School is to promote best practices in the field of international business law.
Its objective is to compete with major European and International Law schools by giving access to a joint training programme in law and management, taught by professors from Sorbonne–Assas University in Paris.
To find out more : www.sorbonne-assas-ils.org
- EDHEC Business School
As in London, EDHEC’s third executive education campus offers students part-time programs (PhD in Finance, MSc in Risk and Investment Management) organised on an alternating work/study basis in conjunction with local businesses.
The Singapore Campus also houses EDHEC-Risk Institute’s Asian headquarters. The Institute is already developing research programs in Asia with Deutsche Bank, Amundi ETF, Axa Investment Managers, Société Générale Corporate and Investment Banking, Eurex and CME Group. En 2014, EDHEC is placed 16th at Financial Times world’s ranking for the masters in Management.
To find out more : EDHEC website
- Strate School of Design
Founded in 1993, out of the vision that a designer will be a strategic player for the development of organisations, Strate School of Design is the French leading private design school and one of the major European and international design schools (ranked in the World top 60 design schools by Business Week). Learning in a design school is to learn by doing. From the first year to the last, our 600+ students imagine, create and share over 1,000 projects, every so often in collaboration with an industrial partner. 1
• 4 Curricula: Design (5 years, Master Degree), Physical and Digital Modelling (3-year Bachelor), Innovation & Design (1 year post-graduate) and Masters in partnership with major French schools and universities: Master of Research with Arts et Metiers ParisTech, ESTACA, Institut d’Optique Graduate School).
In Singapore, Strate School of Design offers a Master in Design for Smart Cities, in 2 years, at SIM University campus. The Master in Design will train and prepare hands-on and highly employable graduates skilful in designing full-fledged Smart Cities.
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